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(post-) punk gems, v. 42 -- Celia and the Mutations

Happy Sunday, readers. It’s post-punk gem time again, as I gain my bearings here with my Wednesday and Sunday posts.

It’s 37 years ago this week that Celia Collin secured a favor from The Stranglers and ex-Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson to appear on wax as the Mutations for “You Better Believe Me,” the second single of Celia and the Mutations. 109 more words

Popular Music History

What is your guess for upcoming soundtrack for new Bond movie?

Despite conspiracy surrounded new Bond 24 movie, lets have a guess: Who is gonna be the soundtrack headliner​? Will James Bond Theme appear again or it will the scratch- new music wave? 241 more words

Old Peel Tapes

(By the way, if you see big opening quotation marks on this article, I’ve no idea how they got there)

Today’s request comes from Dirk…

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I never realised I liked Punk music . It had that roughness and implied violence to it that did not appeal. Plus the safety pins and spitting was a bit off-putting to a nicely brought up Home Counties Girl. 954 more words